From: D. Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 17 2004 - 18:49:12 EST
> My point is that characters such as 02B0, 02B2, and 02E0 are already used in the
> same fashion as the newly proposed Indo-European characters. Therefore, it's
> not clear to me why there should be any objection to the latter.
Because any mathematical alphanumberic character can appear superscripted
in mathematics; does that mean that we need to create superscripted characters
for all of them? If these are part of a small, closed set, like U+02B0, then
it's appropriate to encode them; but if just any character can appear
superscripted or subscripted, then it goes outside Unicode, and needs to be
dealt with in markup.
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